University of Iowa

Tagged with "Latin America"

Students come together for a night of trivia.
11/18/2013

Study abroad increases numbers

Studying abroad, both to the United States and overseas, has increased nationally and locally — which some University of Iowa officials say is due to a more interconnected world. “The world is getting smaller,” said Georgina Dodge, the UI chief diversity officer and an associate vice president. “It is becoming easier to travel abroad … [and more] information has traveled between countries.”
Public Festivals and Performative Feasts: Aztecs and Allegory in Colonial Mexic
9/24/2013

Distinguished UI alum presents 4th-annual Charles A. Hale Lecture Oct. 3

The fourth-annual Charles A. Hale Lecture in Latin American Studies will explore “Public Festivals and Performative Feasts: Aztecs and Allegory in Colonial Mexico.” The lecture will be given by Rolena Adorno on Thursday, Oct. 3, at 4 p.m. in 2520D, University Capitol Centre.